In the first ODI, India fell to Bangladesh by a score of 0 wickets.

After taking time allowances into account, the match referee for the ICC elite panel, Ranjan Madugalle, concluded that India was four overs short of the target and levied the fine.

This past Monday, in the opening ODI between India and Bangladesh in Mirpur, the Indian team was fined 80 percent of their match money for a sluggish over-rate. India’s first loss in the three-game series came by a single wicket on Sunday. According to the calculations of the match referee from the ICC elite panel, Ranjan Madugalle, India fell short of the objective by four overs.

Players are penalized 20% of their match fee for each over their team fails to bowl within the permitted time, as stated in Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which deals with minimum over-rate offenses.

The ICC stated in a statement that an official hearing was not necessary because India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, admitted wrongdoing and agreed to the recommended sentence.

Michael Gough, Tanvir Ahmed, Sharfuddoula Ibne Shahid, and Gazi Sohel, the four on-field umpires, kept the score even. This venue will host the second one-day international on Wednesday.

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